9490 Shadow Rock Circle in Zionsville Indiana
You will be amazed at the beauty of the lot and land before you even step through the front door. Located on the end of a cul-de-sac wooded lot, the yard offers privacy and your own personal retreat. Whether you choose a spot on the wood deck with built-in seating or a space beneath the gazebo, you'll be surrounded by nature and the song of the birds.
Step inside to the welcoming entry, a large two-story open foyer with crown moulding, wainscotting, hardwood floors and a grand staircase. From the entry, every room offers a view of the outdoors. Your favorite just might be the sunroom, where you can greet the morning with a cup of tea or relax with a good book at the end of the day.
The living room is just inside the front door and offers a great place for a big desk in front of the window and make it your home office.
You'll enjoy lots of fun and entertainment with family in friends in the open family room. A comfortably spacious room boasts two stories of windows overlooking the back yard. A fireplace for cold winter days will make this your favorite room. The family room is open to the kitchen. The chef in your family will appreciate the ample counter space and island.
You'll enjoy the the comfortable 4600 square foot of living with four bedrooms and 3 baths upstairs, plus a full finished basement. Basement has a guest room with full bath, a large theatre room and a separate exercise room. All the space you need to create your lifetime of memories.
Community amenities of Cobblestone Lakes in Zionsville offers a pool, clubhouse, basketball, tennis and walking trails. Lots of open green space makes this a favorite Zionsville neighborhood.
Map of Cobblestone Lakes
The Zionsville School District is one of the top rated in the state.
For more information about this home or the Cobblestone Lakes neighborhood, give us a call @ 317-731-2319.
Nice photos, are those hdr photos?
Hi Jared - thanks and yes, they are hdr.
If you don't mind me asking, what kind of camera did you use to take these photos?
Jared - I use a Nikon D7000. I also have a D700, but prefer brackets of -2 - 0 - +2 and the D700 doesn't have that feature.
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